Michael Phelps' Son Boomer Steals Thunder In Huggies Little Swimmers CommercialMichael Phelps and his son Boomer just released a new commercial modeling Huggies Little Swimmers disposable swim pants.
Michael Phelps' Under Armour Commercial Wins 'Ad of the Year'Michael Phelps is taking home yet another title thanks to his 'Rule Yourself' ad with Under Amour. The ad was voted the best of 2016 and wins "Ad of the Year" from AdWeek.
WATCH: Justin Tucker 'Raps' In New Royal Farms CommercialJustin Tucker is surely a man of many talents. He can sing, he can dance and he can kick a mean field goal. But can he rap?
Ravens Kicker Justin Tucker Spoofs Matthew McConaugheyOn the field, Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker is known for succeeding under pressure -- often making the extra-point for the team with field goals.
Mayor Mike Pantelides Parodies NCAA 'In The Annapolis' AdStriking while the iron is hot. The mayor in Annapolis is taking quick advantage of the NCAA Tournament commercial featuring Charles Barkley, Samuel L. Jackson and Spike Lee.
Anti-Redskins Ad Airing During NBA FinalsControversy surrounding the Washington Redskins team name continues. The team and the NFL are still refusing to change the name.
Ravens Kicker Justin Tucker Turns His Talents To Maryland RacingHe's quickly become a fan favorite in Baltimore, not only for his work on the gridiron but in the community as well.
Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014Don and Marty had "Coffee With" Raj Suri, the winner of the Doritos Super Bowl commercial contest. Ron Matz had "People Are Talking" about Disney on Ice.
Wire Down! Baltimore Co. Students Create Their Own BGE CommercialStudents in Baltimore County create and star in their own commercial, and it's paid off.
AACO Police: One Man Crime Wave Now Off The StreetsThe suspect being called a one man crime wave in Anne Arundel County is now behind bars.
Vote For Your Favorite Doritos CommercialA man from Ellicott City is a finalist for Doritos' annual $1 million Super Bowl commercial. Click on the link to see the commercial and vote.
Hopkins Study Finds Too Many Youth Are Exposed To Alcohol AdsToo many young people catch too many alcohol ads on TV. It's a trend Hopkins researchers say is on the rise and shouldn't be.